Very cool but you forgot the wings and the horizontal stabilizers. (sorry, I just had to bring that up)   I like what you are doing, that make a really nice speciality train and will look really nice when finished and assembled.  What type of track is that if you don't mind me asking.  Thanks for sharing and I look forward to seeing the rest of the train when you get it done.

JEM

sptrainnut

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davidbross posted:

It’s a Boeing 707 Fuselage.  I will need to add the cockpit and paint the plane. Then I need to figure out how to model the ice breaker and mounting racks or find someone to make them.  

 

Was it easier to find a 707 rather than a 737? Does the extra length make it more difficult to build?

Keep us updated on the construction!

This topic reminded me of something we saw in Sept 1998 while driving along the Bighorn River North of Thermopolis, Wy:

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Low res pics because (1) megapixel camera.

Lew

 

Operator of the Plywood Empire Route in the Beautiful Berkshires

Growing old is so much more fun than the only alternative.

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